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How to Deep Fry Clams: National Deep Fried Clam Day
Nov01

How to Deep Fry Clams: National Deep Fried Clam Day

National Deep Fried Clams Day is a super day to celebrate on November 1st. Different Types of Clams: There are many varieties of clams, but most all fall into two categories: soft-shelled hard-shelled Ways to Purchase Clams: They might be sold: fresh canned shucked Clam Precautions: If you purchase fresh clams, test each to be certain every one is tightly closed. If they are slightly open, make sure they close up tightly when touched....

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How to Cook Seafood Bisque on this National Food Holiday
Oct19

How to Cook Seafood Bisque on this National Food Holiday

Fish & seafood create quick, hearty bisques as they are full of flavor & are easily prepared. Be sure not to overcook. In other words, remove from the heat as soon as it’s cooked through. When bisque is served, present some seafood pieces outside the bowls. How to Cook Seafood Bisque: To prepare seafood bisque, use fresh fish. You can use frozen, but the flavor will be better the fresher it all is. Be sure not to...

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A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!
Oct12

A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!

National Gumbo Day is here and this delicious dish is well worth the time you put into making it. Yes, it’s a slow roller of a recipe, but it’s oh-so worth it! How to Cook Gumbo: Most people immediately think about seafood gumbo, but it doesn’t have to include fruit of the sea at all. You can also make sausage, chicken, and even vegetable gumbos too. Proper gumbo needs a great roux, basic to Creole or Cajun cooking....

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National Fried Scallops Day: Deep Fried Scallops Recipe
Oct02

National Fried Scallops Day: Deep Fried Scallops Recipe

National Fried Scallops Day is a delicious proposition, isn’t it? What sounds more fabulous than deep fried scallops served with lemon wedges, hot sauce, or some other wonderful sauce to dip it into. Boy, oh boy! Scallops are such a delicate mollusk, and the flavor is lite & fresh. They can be served in a variety of different ways. The small pinkish scallops, or bay scallops, have a slightly sweeter taste and area a little...

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October is National Seafood Month: Celebrate with Gumbo
Oct01

October is National Seafood Month: Celebrate with Gumbo

October is National Seafood Month, and it’s going to be oh-so tasty! The delights of the sea have been a treat to mankind for many centuries… Recipes too innumerable to record exist for the preparation of seafood. One of our family favorites is Seafood Gumbo, and there are dozens of ways to make it. How to Cook Seafood Gumbo: Full of tasty seafood, a deep, rich broth with flavorful veggies of the trinity, plus carrots....

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A National Crab Meat Newburg Day Recipe
Sep25

A National Crab Meat Newburg Day Recipe

A thoroughly decadent dish, Crab Newburg is rich, creamy and absolutely delightful. Branched from the traditional lobster Newburg, this is an American dish through-and-through, but delectable to those around the world. Seafood lovers would hold this beautiful dish in high regard. The crab meat used varies with pretty well most species of crab. How to Cook Crab Newburg: Creamy deliciousness coupled with lump crab meat all gorgeously...

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Food Allergies Don’t Have to Ruin Your Day…
Sep20

Food Allergies Don’t Have to Ruin Your Day…

Food Allergies can be very serious, or even a deadly reaction to particular food items. Some people are aware of their allergies, while some food allergies just sit lying in wait, for their unsuspecting victim to acknowledge their presence. Nuts: The most prevalent and potentially serious food allergy is that of nuts, in particular, peanuts. Some people have a reaction to peanuts, even if peanuts have been touched by anyone in the...

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How to Cook Shrimp Chowder in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep09

How to Cook Shrimp Chowder in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

The cooler weather approaches and more and more I’m craving tastes of Fall… …hearty soups, stews & chowders. Here is yet another American food recipe you can make easily with quick preparation – Shrimp Chowder! This particular recipe is made in these gorgeous Vyatka Ceramics Stoneware Ramekins I got from FromRussia.com. What’s great about this show is that I show you 3 different variations on this...

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How to Cook Pan Sauteed Squid with Sour Orange
Apr29

How to Cook Pan Sauteed Squid with Sour Orange

When you go to the grocery store, I’m sure there are times you roll by the fish counter with your shopping cart… …You notice some great, big, beautiful fish and stranger things like whole squid that are available. Ever wonder what the heck you do with squid? Ever wonder how to prepare it properly? When I lived in Australia, I got hooked on squid, also called calamari. Squid is not something to be scared...

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How to Cook Oysters on the Half Shell in a Bamboo Steamer
Apr23

How to Cook Oysters on the Half Shell in a Bamboo Steamer

Oysters are a real favorite in our household, and we prepare them in many different ways. Today, I’m sharing with you how to create a masterpiece of oysters in a bamboo steamer. If you don’t know how to use a bamboo steamer, check out that link and you’ll learn a lot. Not only does a bamboo steamer provide a healthy way to prepare food, but for this particular dish, it is extremely fast, only 2-3 minutes and...

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How to Cook Shrimp Kebabs
Jan26

How to Cook Shrimp Kebabs

If you’re looking for a quick meal recipe that’s not only delicious and easy to prepare, but is also fun to eat, then you’ve found the right place. Kebabs look beautiful and they are easy to eat for everyone. Shrimp cook very quickly, so you can have your meal on the table very quickly. In fact, the side dishes may take longer for you to prepare than the main dish in this instance. Type: Main Dish Serve With: Rice or...

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How to Make Kimberly’s Louisiana Seafood Gumbo
Jan02

How to Make Kimberly’s Louisiana Seafood Gumbo

As much as I love gumbo, it seems I typically only make it once or twice a year. The main gumbo I create is my special Louisiana-Style New Year’s Seafood Gumbo served with dirty rice. * Note: If you’re looking for a quick fix to making a gumbo, this is NOT it. This is definitely one of those dishes that’s a labor of love, if you want to do it correctly and make it the most delicious gumbo that’s worthy of a...

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Experience Lobster Diablo @ La Parilla in Cancun, Mexico with Kimberly Edwards
Dec29

Experience Lobster Diablo @ La Parilla in Cancun, Mexico with Kimberly Edwards

In September of this year, I had the splendid opportunity of going to Cancun with one of my best friends, Kate Hoekstra. We stayed at an all-inclusive and hopped around to different hotels to eat, but we were left wanton for some real, authentic food…anything that actually tasted good… …So, one night, we decided to take a taxi into the city to a restaurant people were recommending called La Parilla. We wanted great...

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